What Happens At A Workplace Survey

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So you like the fact we could save you money however you just aren’t sure what actually happens at a workplace survey?

Let us help you with this:

Step One

A member of our team will call you to schedule in a suitable time and date.

Step Two

Obtain your maintenance and utility bills from the past 12 months

Step Three

Make a staff member available to provide access to the areas you would like to have audited

Step Four

Pro M&E will carry out the survey with no disruption to workflow

Step Five

We will be happy to assist with any queries throughout our time

Step Six

We shall obtain relevant details on fittings, wattage, quantities and areas including pictures of the areas

Step Seven

We shall leave with all the relevant information and explain you shall be hearing from us within 48 hours

Step Eight

We will calculate your current costing’s and usage in our formulated saving calculator.

Step Nine

Provide you with a overview of the benefits, introduction to funding options, your savings by switching and the next 5 years savings on maintenance and repairs.

Step Ten

We will install without causing any disruption to production, we remove all wastage and old lights and send these for recycling. We will then let you enjoy your reduction in energy bills and excellent lighting quality.




Is Your Business Safe?

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PAT testing is something most businesses are aware of, although many business owners are not entirely sure how it affects them and which appliances have to be compliant. Making sure you maintain your business appliances before its too late is key.  

Environments such as offices, shops and community centres can contain a variety of portable electrical appliances which by law must be maintained if they can cause danger in any way.

Appliances such as radios, kettles, vacuums, desktops, monitors and photocopiers, phone chargers, laptop chargers and extension leads. All these portable items that generally have a lead and a plug and can be moved around.

Checks should be carried out often enough to ensure there is little chance the equipment will become unsafe between checks. It is good practice to make a decision on how often each piece of equipment should be checked, write this down, make sure checks are carried out accordingly and write down the results. You should change how often you carry out checks, according to the number and severity of faults found.

The best way to find out if specialised equipment is safe is to have it inspected and tested by a person with specific competence on that type of equipment.

If keeping on top of electrical safety at work proves to be a bit overwhelming, don’t panic! As qualified electricians we will inspect your portable electrical appliances, carry out PAT testing and repair items. We’re always happy to give advice so that you know exactly what your business needs to do to comply with the regulations, which appliances need testing and how often.

Call Us Now For A Free No Obligation Quote: 01274 955178


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